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Kōtui Kōrero update available online

Over the last month our leadership team has been travelling around the motu to present an update on our recent progress and talk about what is coming next at Te Pūkenga. The presentation has been recorded and is available to view.

Heather Geddes, Transformation and Transition Director, reflected on the series, “Matariki the Māori New Year has been a great opportunity to update and reflect on the journey we are all on together. There has been significant mahi undertaken which we wanted to reflect on while also taking the opportunity to recognise the contribution of many people across the network.”

“We have also been able to look at the year ahead, providing an indication of what is coming next and when some of the key activity that people are looking for will be ready to present. While this presentation was developed with our subsidiary network as the key audience we know that there is wider interest in the work we are doing and the things we are focused on.”

Kōtui Kōrero is half an hour long. The video was recorded online and is presented by Vaughan Payne (DCE Operations) and Heather Geddes (Director, Transformation and Transition).

The second half of this presentation provides detail on the development approach for our future operating model and the service concepts which have been developed. You can read more detail on the Service Concepts on the Our Journey collaboration site. The site is open for feedback and discussion until Friday 30 July. 

Warwick Quinn, DCE Employer Journey and Experience, is heading across the country in July to share a similar update with employers at seven in person sessions across Aotearoa. Find out more, and register to attend, on our website.

If you have any questions about the development of our future operating model, or the work of Te Pūkenga please email ourjourney@tepukenga.ac.nz.  

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